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THOMAS & COLES,

THOMAS & COLES,

HUNT TAILORS. MAKERS OF THS "FIELD" COAT,I
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
DACHSHUNDS. Handsome Champion Prize Strum PUPS, fire done, five bithee4, 11 wake old, two litter.—Apply The Moose Steward, Malden Bradley,

DACHSHUNDS. Handsome Champion Prize Strum PUPS, fire done, five bithee4, 11 wake old, two litter.—Apply The Moose Steward, Malden Bradley,

Bath. SCOTCH DEERHOUNDS (Rough-coated), anti oldest tuning., for Exhibition. Companions, ran• Sport d and B RICHARDSON hasITCHES2 for OISPOSA L tonic . years also two litters splendid Pups. Wisner at all lesdlog shows.—MaJor RICER Yost &rehire. FOR SALE, Pedigree GREYHOUND DOG,
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND &HOLLAND

HOLLAND &HOLLAND

(Winurs of all the "Yield Trials LTD., and Grand Prix, Paris Exhibition, 1900), 98, NEW BOND STREET, LONDON, W. Tr !ephoce : 2009 Gerard. lov:drams • drmourer, Loden. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
VITZEDIARIAN.

VITZEDIARIAN.

WHITE HEAT/I.—The eggs sent will be ersuilned. and your question answered next week. C.fiTti. - -Tiernppe7 central per. lint.maueuts are eut nt. Your horse is about 2 era and t mouths old, from your description of the dentition.
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 98.—Nov. 9, 1901.

Vol. 98.—Nov. 9, 1901.

November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
IR, (WARE'S HARRIERS.

IR, (WARE'S HARRIERS.

(WARE'S HARRIERS. limo desirous of seeing at work in the field the hounds which won prizes for Mr Quare both at Reigate and Peterborough, I, o• Nov. 2, went down to Theydon Bois, where the harriers met-. The rimming was clear and bright, the recent rains having given returning gr
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE MEETING.—Noe. 1 &2.

STOCK EXCHANGE MEETING.—Noe. 1 &2.

80•arrix—Mestri G. W. White, H. T. 24 iebe's, W. S. Simpson, 8. 8. Death. and T. B. Rizon. Flag stesrard—Mr A. W. Leo-Wolf. stop steward—Me G. H. Knevett. 11.., seer.—Herres C. H. Paine and S. A. Michels. Jut/or—Mr B. A. Brice. Slipper—W. Pouch. STOCK EXCHANGE CLUB PRODUCE STAKE
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
SALE 07 ROUES AT TATTERSALL'.

SALE 07 ROUES AT TATTERSALL'.

spite of the dense fog that enveloped the West•end on Monday, there was a good muster at Albert late. '1 be catalogue arranged y the Messrs Tattersall included many valuable hunting studs which sold readily at high prices. Mr Boy le F. Bristow,' diaignse,l of Punch, a chetnut th
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
BAILEE HUNTING DIRECTORY.' "

BAILEE HUNTING DIRECTORY.' "

THE. fifth annual edition of this most useful hunting directory has just been published, and, as usual, the editor has spared no pains to bring it up to date. To this end, the particulars of the various hunt establishments, the descriptions of the countries, and the maps have be
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
CHELTENHAM COLLEGE NATCHES.t.

CHELTENHAM COLLEGE NATCHES.t.

IT Is eighteen years since Mr Hunter first got together whatever records could be found of Cheltenham College games, and he has reasonably enough considered it high time to bring his work up to date by publishing a revised edition. The games of which be takes cognisance are cric
November 9, 1901 - Field - London, London, England